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Dec 3, 2012 12:00pm PST
to fight the clinton restoration. they were treating obama as this well-meaning, good-natured reformer who would get mowed down by the ruthless, vindictive clinton machine. i always remember the moment and late winter and early spring of 2008 when it became clear obama would beat her. suddenly the right conservatives, republicans saying she was a radical jane fonda suddenly rediscovered hillary clinton as a white working class hero. she was like franc rizzo all of a sudden. the story of the last four years for hillary clinton is republicans laid down for her, and democrats have started -- the democrats with obama and resented her then have gotten over t. the iraq thing is a distant memory. we thought she was the dwroefr whelming front-runner in '08. we were wrong. >> only hillary can stop hillary at this point. we talk about the republican war machine. this year or the last few years dealing with this imagined obama that didn't exist rather than aattacking the person in the oval office. had they done that, they might have a better chance than dealing with this imagined kenyan, socialist, m
Dec 6, 2012 12:00pm PST
. >> they were the tears seen around the 2008 campaign trail. then senator hillary clinton, the democratic favorite heading into the 2008 primaries with a rare display of emotions a few days after a stunning loss to then candidate obama in the iowa caucuses. for many the tears helped turn it around and win the new hampshire primary the next day. the next guest says this is a prime example of how difficult it is for women to win political office because they must be both qualified and likeable, a standard voters don't require of male candidates. that's one new findings from lake research and barbara lee foundation. solinda lake is is president of lake research. they surveyed 2012 voters to find a clear, winning road map for women running for office. something i wished i had when i was running for my congressional seat in virginia. thanks so much for being with us. >> thank you for having me. >> what are the more surprising findings from the research? >> the origin isn't very surprising, and i bet you faced it a lot in campaigns. voters say i'll vote for a man. i'll vote for a woman if she's
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